The globally recognized MBA program can help you advance your career in today's competitive global markets by expanding your business knowledge and practical skills.
You'll gain a thorough understanding of current management practices as well as learn how to manage the challenges presented by technology, finance, and other crucial company components.
You will hone your professional talents by completing real-world assessment activities in leadership, problem-solving, and communication skills. A research project that yields considerable information on a particular topic is done in addition to the course's major portions.
In addition to the industrial research project, you can select two elective units from a number of subjects, or you can select a specialization that includes the project.
The industry research assignment is ideal for in-depth knowledge about a subject related to your current career or a profession you intend to pursue.
What you will study
To be able to achieve the Master of Business Administration, candidates must submit the equivalent of 16 units (192 credit points) consisting:
12 core units (144 credit points)
1 specialization (48 credit points)
2 equivalent elective units and BUSN7001 Industry Research Project: Part A
BUSN7002 Industry Research Project: Part B (48 credit points).
Engage in high-level critical thinking, independent judgment, and the ability to self-and other-reflect in a challenging corporate environment.
Learn to create unique solutions to complex business problems.
Demonstrate your critical understanding of the complex ethical and accountable business practices that are driven by a global perspective.
Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of a body of knowledge in one or more academic disciplines that is both advanced and integrated.
Incorporate and plan systematic solutions to difficult problems in a corporate context.
To engage and communicate with a variety of stakeholders, use skillful cooperation and communication approaches.
Demonstrate your critical awareness of business practices that are both internationally informed and culturally appropriate.
Graduates of the MBA program are equipped to take on leadership roles in both public and private sector organizations.
Graduates become ideal prospects for managerial jobs in businesses like accounting, knowledge-based industries, human resources, healthcare, and hospitality and tourism.
The minimum requirement for applicants is a three-year bachelor's degree from an Australian university, or an equivalent.
English Language Requirements
You must complete the English language requirements if you're an international candidate or another applicant whose earlier studies were done in a language other than English. The minimum English language requirements for such applicants to enroll in this course are as follows:
IELTS - 6.5 (overall)
30,400 AUD per year.